aquaculture

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aquaculture

the manipulation of the reproduction, growth rates and mortality of aquatic organisms useful to mankind, to enhance their yield; the aquatic equivalent of AGRICULTURE.
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Product User Class accuracy (%) accuracy (%) Sea 100.00 96.60 Intertidal zone 99.69 81.82 Aquiculture zone 50.11 72.16 Buildings 84.95 80.20 Plant cover 92.63 99.42 Product User Class accuracy (pixels) accuracy (pixels) Sea 2387/2387 2387/2471 Intertidal zone 2574/2582 2574/3146 Aquiculture zone 1112/2219 1112/1541 Buildings 2439/2871 2439/3041 Plant cover 1899/2050 1899/1910 Overall accuracy = (10411/12109) = 85.9774%, kappa coefficient = 0.8236.
EAD is developing a policy, standards and regulatory framework to promote aquiculture as a way to alleviate pressure on wild fish stocks and provide alternative employment and investment opportunities for fishermen, but in a way that protects the environment.
Using wastewater from freshwater aquiculture or fish ponds to irrigate and fertilize fruit and vegetables in a green house and returning the cleaner water to the pond keeps the excess nutrients out of the groundwater, cleans the pond and provides plants nutrients.
An aquiculture project, depending on size, can require millions in investment.
(24) Agricultural activities that have major impacts on water quality include tillage, fertilizing, manure spreading, pesticides, feedlots, irrigation, clear cutting, silviculture, and aquiculture. (25) Much of this pollution comes from nonpoint sources, and the Clean Water Act does not meaningfully protect the nation's waters from this pollution.
Recently the company performed a series of tests with Aquiculture Institute of Norway, substituting their product with conventional fish feed.
Derek Hall (Chapter 8) tells a fascinating story about how decades of Japanese imports of forestry, agricultural, marine and aquiculture products from Southeast Asia have left irreversible footprints in the ecology of the region.
During those years, a significant process of change has caused mainly due to the implementation of aquiculture since 1974.
Tilapia in Peru: aquiculture, market, and perspectives